FG: Approved Free CAC Registration 2023/Apply to Register

FG Approved Free CAC Registration 2023| The Federal Government of Nigeria has open portal for free registration of New Business Names with CAC. Directive on how to register business name with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC). If you want to register your business for free, hurry now before is too late. follow the directive below

President Muhamadu Buhari approved free business name registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) for businesses across the nation. Apply Here

The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) through its online platform has now made the incorporation of a company easier. An individual can now register a company online with CAC, as long such an individual understands the requirements for the incorporation process.

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  • The objective of the FG MSME CRM & MIS Platform is to help with the digital registration, onboarding and management of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises for the Federal Government Survival Fund Program. The program includes Payroll Support, Guaranteed Offtake and MSME Grant. The CRM & MIS Platform will also enable the inventory management of the Guaranteed Offtake Scheme. This program is part of the Economic Sustainability Plan, which aims to support and protect these businesses from the potential vulnerabilities brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please find below the email addresses of the Aggregators for the FG Free Business
Names Registration:
1. ABIA chinenyenwaogu77@gmail.com – Click here
2. ABUJA-FCT Arabi9686@gmail.com – Click here
3. ADAMAWA ibrahimmohammedmch@gmail.com – Click here
4. AKWA IBOM ekeminiuwa@yahoo.com – Click here
5. ANAMBRA Clemchuks2003@yahoo.com – Click here
6. BAUCHI maminumusa@yahoo.com – Click here
7. BAYELSA ekwommaharrison@yahoo.com – Click here
8. BENUE emmanueldoughdough@gmail.com – Click here
9. BORNO mualkas58@gmail.com – Click here
10. CROSS RIVER netforceoffice@gmail.com – Click here
11. DELTA kingsleyemu@gmail.com – Click here
12. EBONYI anekaligwe@gmail.com – Click here
13. EDO rotimiedematie@gmail.com – Click here
14. EKITI kayfasae@yahoo.com – Click here
15. ENUGU tutuwilliams4life@gmail.com – Click here
16. GOMBE muhammademir2@gmail.com – Click here
17. IMO emekageoffrey@yahoo.com – Click here
18. JIGAWA salisuhadejia@gmail.com – Click here
19. KADUNA u.umar81@gmail.com – Click here
20. KANO coachmusty96@gmail.com – Click here
21. KATSINA Itukur55@gmail.com – Click here
22. KEBBI abbasumarbk@gmail.com – Click here
23. KOGI fmusa6003@gmail.com – Click here
24. KWARA mobrimah@gmail.com – Click here
25. LAGOS solape.hammond@lagosstate.gov.ng – Click here
26. NASARAWA khrystaklear@gmail.com – Click here
27. NIGER giragi.ahmad40@gmail.com – Click here
28. OGUN koa.longe@outlook.com – Click here
29. ONDO Starkosh53@gmail.com – Click here
30. OSUN dayobabaranti@gmail.com – Click here
31. OYO bidemioseni@gmail.com – Click here
32. PLATEAU hgutap4real@yahoo.co.uk – Click here
33. RIVERS feliciawendyzidougha@gmail.com – Click here
34. SOKOTO almualkali2@gmail.com – Click here
35. TARABA ibnkasimbello@gmail.com – Click here
36. YOBE mohammedsjajere@gmail.com – Click here
37. ZAMFARA shehuj4all@gmail.com – Click here

The COVID-19 crisis and its attendant restriction on movement of people and border closures is causing all components of aggregate demand to fall. The fall in household consumption in Nigeria stems from restrictions on movement, thus causing consumers to spend primarily on essential goods and services; low expectations of future income and the erosion of wealth and expected wealth.

Movement restrictions have not only reduced the consumption of nonessential commodities in general, but have affected the income-generating capacity of the population, thus reducing their own consumption expenditure.

Nigeria has a large informal sector which contributes about 65 percent of its economic output and a large proportion of the population is clustered around the poverty line thus making them highly vulnerable to falling into poverty due to shocks. The MSME Revolving Guaranteed Off-take Scheme is one of the Federal Government’s economic support measures to assist micro and small businesses affected by the pandemic.

The Payroll Support Scheme is aimed at MSMEs adversely affected by the pandemic. The scheme will provide Payroll Support to a maximum of 10 employees per qualifying MSME.

How to Apply for Free CAC Registration:

Registration steps for Business Names

  • Fill the application form
  • Three (3) Proposed Names

  • Two (2) Passport-sized photographs

  • Valid Means of Identification

  • Phone Number/Email address

Download form 

Scan the completed form in PDF format together with a scanned copy of a recognized and valid photo identification (Data Page of International Passport, Driver’s license, National Identity Card or Voter’s Card) and sent via email to the Aggregator of your relevant State. Click Here

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